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SIGNS OF PROGRESS: ’Busco business moves to town

September 19, 2013

In spite of a delay in financial support from the State of Indiana, signs of a new business moving into Churubusco are visible. Inwelligent Healthcare Inc. has plans to occupy the former Bonar Insurance location (pictured above) at 203 N. Main St. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

CHURUBUSCO — Members of Churubusco’s Town Council have been anxiously waiting to make an official announcement about a new business relocating to the town.

In June, town leaders discussed an incentive to ensure that Inwelligent Healthcare Inc. would move it’s medical operations from Boston to Churubusco, bringing with it the opportunity for new jobs.

However, after months of waiting, a state incentive is still in the process of being awarded to the company.

“I really have no explanation as to why the state of Indiana is dragging its feet,” Town Council President Frank Kessler said.

“It’s obvious the deal is happening. They have already put their signs up in the windows of their new location downtown.”

Inwelligent Healthcare Inc. plans to utilize the real estate in downtown Churubusco for its medical billing and customer service.

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